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FOR SALE
GOOD BREEDING STOCK
Arc we going oat of sheep at Cioverlea
Farm? Not a bit: we have kept sheep
for years and have found them the
most profitable thing we have had,
even before the war. Two years ago
we trebled oar holdings, and now most
reduce the flock.
WE OFFER:
200 Eves, 250 Yearling Ewes,
S00 Ewe Lambs, mostly
black faces,
15' Fine Shropshire Rams,
not registered.
Come and see them and their
lambs.
Come, at once if you want good breed*
in* sheep at right prices.' Don't waft
Deliveries may be deferred.^
DATUS C. SMITH
BLANCHARD. N. D.
TURN YOUR
POULTRY
INTO CASH!
WE WANT
FAT CHICKENS
DUCKS GEESE
TURKEYS
A S O W A N E A
BEANS,- VEAL, HIDES,
FURS, WOOL, PELTS
We Buy Outright
at Highest Prices.
YOU ARB ALWAYS SURE OF
YOUR MONEY IP YOU
"SHIP TO COBB"
THE E. COBB CO.
ST. PAUL, MINN.
U. 8. Food Administration License
07178
You Are Surely Entitled tor
the.Full Market Value
for Your Livestock.
If you do not get H, somebody else gets
the benefit yon should have. The day is
passed when business is done on senti
ment and only results iji_dollars and
cents count.
We want you to' compare :4he re
sults in dollars and cents we get
for you with those received else-:
where. A-comparison will convince
you that "Kirk Service" gets you
the most money/for your livestock.
J. R. Kirk Commission .Co., he.
•, Booth St. Paul, Minn.
,'?|filUthorized Sales Agency of die
American Society of Equity
Grain Co.«
wj
BUML ST. PAUL, MBW,
J|||j(Wfl get. the highest m«urket|||
prices for your grain. Quick
Minn.
jfl
jlpsewice and prompt returns. ..^*
f- Fifteen years' experience.
i^vSend samples for grades^*
i*"- and prices. 4-as
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Ii Leader Classified Department
Farms
COME TO BEAUTIFUL SUNNY COLORADO
Springs, CoL 820 acres tne soil, three
room house, two wells, eight feet to good
water, three miles .from farmers' highway.
This place lays nearly level, ready for the
plow ope crop of corn and beans will pay
for place twice overr^llSper acre. 2,800
acres with two sets taT improvements, 180
acres in timber, $20 Iper acre 960 acres
same price. 1,440 acres underlaid with coal,
18 feet of Irrigation water, large reservoir,
10-room modern new house, large barn,
silo, nine-room tenant house, 10 miles from
this city, $80 per acre. J. F. L. Schaefer,
111 South Weber St., Colorado Springs, CoL
ONLY $2 PER ACRE, 1,500 ACRES IN ST.
Louis and Lake counties, Minn. Somewhat
scattered but real bargain. Greatest snaps
ever offered available in Minnesota. Prices
sure to advance soon with Extraordinary
values prevailing for farm products. Farm
er & Denison Realty Co., 580 Metropolitan
Life Bldg., Minneapolis.
FOR SALE—BIRCHDALE STOCK FARMl
with good improvements 109 acres 65
acres plow land and four acres of lake
shore lots, the. balance in pasture and hay
land. Price reasonable. For price and par
ticulars write Oscar Swanson, Alexandria.
RAW GOLD RANCH. 180 ACRES, KOS
tenai valley, Mont. Warm climate, rich
soil, abundant moisture. Fine for stock,
poultry, fruit, vegetables and hay. Terms.
J. C. Alexander. Enterprise, Ore.
100 DOWN, NO MORE PAYMENTS FOR
10 years, secures good clover farm. No
sand, rock, swampr Good schools, roads,
markets. George A. Besser, 825 Plymouth
Bldg., Minneapolis.
FARM FOR RENT—WELL IMPROVED 480
acre farm, undulating, one mile from town,
'splendid potato land. None but first class
party need apply. A. W. Erdal, Moor
head, Minn.
WOULD YOU SELL YOUR FARM IF YOU
got your price? Sell direct no commis
sions. Particulars free. Drawer D, High
land Park, Dee Moines, Iowa.
I HAVE CASH BUYERS FOR SALABLE
farms. Will deal with owners only. Give
description, location and cash price. James
P. White, New Franklin, Mo.
WOULD YOU SELL YOUR FARM IF'YOU
got your priceT Sell direct no commis
sions particulars -free. O. K. Hawley,
Baldwin, Wis.
FOR SALE—820 ACRES FENCED, GOOD
buildings, good water 180 acres under cul
tivation. Kapelje seven miles. Emma Cool,
Rapelje, Mont.
SELL YOUR PROPERTY QUICKLY FOR
cash, no matter where located particulars
free. Real Estate Salesman Co., Dept. 6,
Lincoln,1 Neb.
TO BUY, SELL, EXCHANGE REAL Es
tate, any kind, anywhere, or make farm
loan, writajHeAert Hodge, Faygo^N. D.
WRITE FOR LARGE LIST' WISCONSIN
improved farms, wild lands my prices will
interest you. Rivard, Turtle Lake, Wis.
BUY NOW:/BEST LAND FOR LEAST
-money. Write for list. F. D. Wood worth,
Driscoil, N. D.
For Sale
FOR SALE—COMPLETE MOVING PICTURE
and stereopticon show films, war and Red
Cross slides and literature magical cabinet
and tricks. Just the thing for church and
whoolhouse entertainment. $60P outfit for
$150. First class.- M. N. Wertx,. Thomas
ville, Ga.
FOR SALE-r-ONE AVERY RETURN FLUE
25 horsepower steam engine one Avery
three-ton truck, good as new 80-60 Rttmely
Oil Pull and 4M0 New Peerless separator.
Good bargains. Jos. Hunrovaky, St. An-:
thony, N.D. ..
FOR BALE—ONB AVERY ENGINE, 80
horsepower, 86-60 Advance separator, nearly
new. belts and tank. Outfit has run 60
days ready to run. For'quick *ale,-fl,600
see the rig.. Wm. Murphy, Regent, N.'D.
PIANOS, PHONOGRAPHS AND SUPPLIES.
"THE FARMER'S MARKET PLACE"
This is the place to advertise your stock, farm machipery, chickens, eggs, produce
for sale and auction sales _to nuke your wants known and have them supplied.
results come from Leader Classified Ads.
Rates are 6 cents per word. To'members of the National Nonpartisan league when
advertising to. sell their own products or supplying their own needs, a rate of 4 cents
Per word is made. League members must give the number of their membership receipt
when claiming the 4-cent rate. All advertising for sale of lands carries the full rate.
Ads must reach us two weeks before date of publication.
ALL CLASSIFIED ADS MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE
Write for catalog. L. Priess, Dept. 8, Mia*
neapolis, Minn. 'T
Automobiles and Accessories
FORDS START EASY COLD WEATHER
with our new 1919 carburetors. Thirty-four
miles per gallon. Use cheapest 'gasoline or
half kerosene. Increased power.- Styles for
an^ motor. Very slow/ on high. Attach it
yourself, Big profits to agents. Money
back guarantee. Thirty cfeys' trial. Air-
Friction Carburetor Co.,~78 Madison, Day
ton, Ohio.
SEND US YOUR BLOWOUT TIRES FOR
vulcanizing. We .re-vulcanise and/"reshlp
tires within a week. We guarantee ev
Job. G. D. Trapp, 191 Eighth St., St.
^n.
Eggs Wanted
WANT CASE LOTS FRESH -EGGS, F. O.
Minneapolis express. /State price, to- be
shipped C. O. D. Must be shipped -from
within 150 miles of city. McElroy & Co*
8010 Lyndale Ave.. 8., Minneapolis,
Mention the Leader "When Writing Advertisers PAGE FIFTEEN Mention the Leader When Writing Advertiser^
Best
Livestock
REGISTERED SHROPSHIRE RAMS, LAMB
ed March and ApriL Bred from some of
the best sheep in the state. Their line
shows a very large percentage of twins.
Dams came from the breed used at the Uni
versity Farm, St. Paul. $40 per head as
long as they last. Also one yearling for
sale. Theo. G. Winkjer, Garfield, Minn.,
Douglas county.
FOR SALE SHORTHORN BULLS, BIG
fellows, sired by Junior Ringmaster No.
427166, and erandsired by Ringmaster, the
grand champion' bull of America, seven to
nine months old, weight 600 to 800 pounds,
dark reds, prices, $150 to $175. M. M.
Anderson Clarkfleld, Minn., R. No. 8.
LAKE REGION CHESTERS—I HAVE A
few April farrow outstanding boars sired
by Prince Big Bone, grand champion boar
1917 National Swtae" show, which I am
offering for sale. Here is where you get
your money's worth. Will ship C. O. D.
A. J. Kratochvil, Brocket, N. D.
POLAND CHINAS, BOTH SEXES. I HAVE
some good fall and spring boats sired by
Choice Orange. He won third prize at
Minnesota state fair this year also have
bunch of spring pigs sired by Choice Big
Bone. Write to Chas. Heikka, Franklin,
Minn.
HOMESTEAD FARM POLAND CHINAS.
Choice spring boars and gilts for sale.
Breeding described in previous issues. Now
is the time to buy new blood for the com
ing season. Write for prices. A. G.
Humphrey ft Sons. Englevale, N. D.
FOR SALE—ONE SHORTHORN BULL, 12
months old some good purebred Duroc Jer
sey boar pigs of March farrow and some
Barred Plymouth Rock roosters, pullets and
hens, one year old. Prices right. Oscar
Swanson, Alexandria, Minn.
REGISTERED HOLSTEIN FRIESIAN COWS
and heifers for sale or exchange for one
carload of alfalfa hay and one carload of
oats. Will also exchange bull calves for
breed sows. Herman Schumacher, New
Germany, Minn.
FOR SALE—DUROC JERSEY FALL YEAR
llngs and spring boars the big kind and
best of breeding. Write me for price be
fore you buy elsewhere. R. Lutterman, Sib
ley, Iowa.
BIG TYPE POLANDS, APRIL AND MAY
farrow, both sexes, sired by Royal Chief
and Great Wonder, out of matured sows
pedigree furnished. Ed. Wosmek, Glencoe,
Minn.
GUARANTEED DUROC APRIL BOARS OF
the kind that have satisfied and^ sold in
five, different states, at- $40 each. Jens
Molvig, Buxton, N. D.
HOLSTEIN GRADES—SIXTY FOR gAT.ia
The best young cows and big heifers could
-find. Fresh or due this fall. Paul Johnson,
South St. Paid, Minn.
SEVENTY HEAD FULL-MOUTHED RAM
bouilett breeding ewes at $16 per head, in
lots to suit purchaser. A. J. Moore, Blais
deli, N. D.
SHROPSHIRE RAM LAMBS AT $20 EACH
papers furnished. Joseph Minkel, Maplfe
ton, Minn.
Lumber
WILL SELL DIRECT TO CONSUMERS
cedar posts and poles. Will buy from pro
ducer* hay, oats, corn and mill feed. Get
our prices and give us yours. The People's
Commission. Co., Noxon, Mont.
LUMBER, SHINGtES AND FENCEPOSTS
at money-saving prices. Fanners' trade our
specialty. Send your bills today for free
estimate. Robert Emerson Company, Box
1166-N. Taooma. Wash.
WASHINGTON RED CEDAR POSTS DE
liveried incarload lots Farmers' organixa^*
tions our line. Write for prices. O. TSi~
Underwood,' Ione, Wash.
DELIVERED-PRICE QUOTED- -ON OAfU
lots cedar posts to farmers. C. B. Foots,
Colburn, Idaho, .v
Wanted to Buy
CASH FOR OLD FALSE TEETH—WE PAY
up 'to $86 per. -set-/{broken or not). Send
-now Cash sent by rettm& mail. Package
held four to 10 days for sender's approval
of our offef. Highest prices pala for old
gold Jewelry, gold crowns, bridges, dental
gold, platinum, diamonds and silver. Send
for latest catalogue of new Jewelry. United
States Smdting Works, Inc., 899 Goldsmith
Bldg., Milwaukee Wis.
Professional Schools
AMERICAN TELEGRAPH COLLEGE, 608
First Ave. North, Minneapolis. Free ~eata*
logue. The government is employing thou
sands of women In its telegraph service.
Employment
WANTED—GIRL FOR GENERAL HOU8E
work on farm. Good wages paid.' Write
Mrs. bed- Widlund, Binford, N. D.
For Sale or Exchange
MO'ACRES LAND IN ASHLAND COUNTY.
Wis. Will trade for tractor and plow. J.
F. Sch wantes, Froid, Mont.
Poultry
WE HAVE FOR SALE A LIMITED NUM
ber of extra good vigorous Single-comb
White Leghorn cockerels at $8 each. Satis
faction guaranteed. The North Dakota State
Penitentiary, Bismarck, N. D.
FOR SALE PUREBRED BARRED ROCK
pullets, June hatched, fine strain, at $10 per
dozen. Also two-year-old hens, same qual
ity, $14 per dozen. Mrs. A. R. Negus,
Millarton, N. D.
ROSE-COMB BUFF LEGHORN, BUFF OR
pington, Silver-Laced Wyandotte, Columbia
Wyandotte, Rose-Comb Red cockerels, $2.
Pullets. L. Johannesaohn, Beltrami, Minn.
PUREBRED WHITE WYANDOTTES, GOOD
laying strain, of April hatch. Cockerels, $2
pullets and hens, $1.25, if taken soon. Mrs.
John E. Halaas, Carrington, N. D.
PUREBRED COCKERELS, SILVER-LACED
Wyandotte, $2 until October 15 R. C. Brown
Leghorn, $1.50 first. quality birds. Mrs.
G. K. Harvey, Bowman, N. D.
FINE PUREBRED ROSE-COMB BROWN
Leghorn cockerels $1.25 each, four for
$4.50. April hatched stock. Edward A.
Swenson, Belgrade, Minn.
AFRICAN GEESE, APRIL HATCHED, PAIR.
$6. Pure white Muscovey ducks, April and
May hatched,-' pair, $8. Mrs. Herman
Kroeger, Janesville, Minn.
EXTRA CHOICE DARK ROSE-COMB RHODE
Island Reds, April hatched, cockerels, $2
pulleta, $1.25. Mrs. John Allen, York, N. D.
PUREBRED PLYMOUTH ROCK COCKER
els and pullets, April hatch $1.25 each.
Mrs..Mike Berg, Pettibone, N. P., L. B. 121.
CHOICE S. C. W. LEGHORN COCKERELS,
$1.50 each Barred Rock cockerels, $2 each.
Mrs. M. J. Mullen, Fortuna, N. D.
S. C. WHITE LEGHORN COCKERELS FROM
high-producing strain, $1.50 each. Mrs.
Mary Iverson, Denbigh, N. D.
PUREBRED ROSE-COMB RHODE ISLAND
Red cockerels, April hatched, $1.50. P. E.
McAleer, Temple, N. &.
O S A E E E O S E O
White Leghorn cockerels, $2 each. Geo. E.
Lindsey, Regan, N. D.
Dogs and Pet Stock
WANTED—A GOOD FAST GREYHOUND
bitch not over two years old. Trained or
partly trained on coyotes. Jas. Lodraan,
Moore, Mont., Box 115.
FOR SALE—ONE COLLIE FEMALE. SABLE
and white, one and one-half years old, $12.
Anton Strom, Hector, Minn.
FOR SALE—WATER SPANIEL, WOLF
hounds and pups. Theo. Kanne, Dent, Minn.
Correspondence Schools
THOUSANDS MEN—WOMEN—GIRLS, 18
or over, wanted immediately by U. S. gov
ernment. Easy oflice positions at Wash
ington and in every large city $100 month•
and up seven-hour day. 'Your country
needs you. Help her. Our correspondence
course of a few weeks' study at home will
prepare you. Franklin Institute, Dept V48,
Rochester, N. Y.
Wanted
WANTED—SCRAP IRON BY CARLOTS.
Highest market prices. Also auto tires,' cop
per, brass, etc. Write for quotations. M. A.
Naftalin, 820 Front St., Fargo, N. D.
OUR PRICES HIGHEST FOR HIDES, FURS.
Or will tan them for you—lowest prices.
Mark next shipment—Fargo Hide, Fur &
Tanning Co., Fargo, N. D.
Farm Machinery
$700 BUYS COMPLETE THRESHING OUT
fit, 25 horsepower engine, 41x66 separator,
first class shape and perfect running order -,
also Advance separator repairs. Fred Aukes,
Wimbledon, N. D.
WANTED—GRAY TRACTOR AND FOUR
bottom plow. Henry Potter, Blue Earth,
Minn.
Seed
FOR SALE—EARLY OHIO AND WHITE!
Harvest potatoes by the bushel or carload
lots. Herbert L. Helming, Lansford, N. D.„
P. O. Box 275. if,
SWEET CLOVER—IF YOU HAVE ANY
seed to' sell send sample «nd state price
you want. Write Box 167, Almont. N. D.
5. Honey and Cheese
HONEY OF SUPERIOR QUALITY, 1918
crop. Abo Green County's ,Famous Brick
•fcjB,-.:Cheese. .Write, for prices. E. B. Rosa,
Monroe, Wis.
Tapning.
-.4
JI CUT THE PRICE OF HARNESS
to
leather, in half. 8hfp your- hides
be
tanned. South Park Tanning Co., South,:
Park Minn. v:
fiay.
HAY WANTED—ONE. OR TWO CARLOADS
of baled hay. When writing please state
price f. o.' b. Parshall, N. D. Sam Landaker,.-
Plaza, N. D.
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